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Greenville Kids birthday party places suggestions

My son will turn 3 in January (sucky month for anything fun outdoors for birthdays!)

 

Here is where I can't/won't do it because of price:

Children's Museum

Oodles and Googles

 

Here is where I won't go it because I want him to interact more with his guests rather than them doing their own thing:

Jump Zone

Pump it Up

Monkey Joes

Chuck E Cheese

 

Too young:  Ice Skating Pavilion, Greenville Zoo (have to be 4)

Not interested: Celebration House

2nd birthday: Gymboree (awesome but I don't want to do it again)

Too cold: Jumpy thing in our driveway

 

 

I NEED SUGGESTIONS! We've only lived here a few months and I'm stumped!  We do have access to our neighborhood clubhouse for free which I'd rather do than have it at our home.

 

Megan--Mommy to Owen 1.10.07 and Gibson 5.11.10

Re: Greenville Kids birthday party places suggestions

  • That's a pretty tall order there.

    I see you didn't mention gatti town, but that probably falls in the chuck e cheese category.  

    What about admission to the jungle gym part of frankie's fun park? 3 may be to young... something to look into though.

    Build-a-bear?

     Party at the little gym? http://www.thelittlegym.com/greenvillesc/Pages/default.aspx

     

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  • I'll 2nd the Build A Bear idea. I worked in the Charlotte/Concord NC store for 2 years-as a sales rep and as the mascot (i know-imagine that-lol). I'm also helping my neighbor host her 2 (turning 3) year old daughter's birthday party there next month.

    The kids get to interact with each other and at the same time get to help actually BUILD their bear-I think age 3-8 or 9 is the PERFECT age for that!!
    Big Smile

  • What about Kinder Music (or how ever they spell it)? They have one on Woodruff Rd.  I've never been to a birthday party there but from what I've heard they are great for interaction and the kids seem to love it.

    I was a little disapointed in the prices at the Children's Museum, esp. for birthday parties, glad to see I'm not the only one.

    Our daycare had a great balloon guy at their open house, the kids were amazed by him, if you're interested in that I can get his name.

    ETA:  This is the website for Kindermusik, they come to you, according to the site.  http://www.pianocentralstudios.com/birthdays.html HTH.

  • I've heard that Chick-fil-a does great birthday parties.
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